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Atenveldt Submissions (excerpted from the S.C.A. College of Arms' Letters of Acceptance and Return)

The following submission have been registereed by the SCA College of Atms, October 2019:

Bethia de Lynddissay. Name.
Elena Zharkova. Device. Per pale wavy azure and vert, a natural sea-tortoise and a plumeria flower argent.
There is a step from period practice for the use of a New World plumeria.
Artist's note: Please provide internal detailing for the sea-tortoise to aid in identification.
Mineko of Twin Moons. Badge. (Fieldless) A Cavendish knot bendwise sinister the ends terminating in serpent's heads argent.
Commentary raised the question of whether difference should be granted for the knot's orientation, given the return of the badge for the Lochac Fibre Guild, LoAR of August 2019. In this case, the submitter was explicitly told in the prior return of this badge that changing the knot's orientation would be worth difference. We will stand by that advice in this case, and decline to rule on whether the August 2019 precedent on Wake knots applies to Cavendish knots as well.

There were no returned submissions.

The following submissions were pended:

Granite Mountain, Barony of. Heraldic title Erminois Ermine Pursuivant.
We presently have no evidence of a fur, such as erminois, being used to create a heraldic title or name an order on which a heraldic title might be based. We are pending this heraldic title for more research as well as for discussion of whether, as a matter of policy, furs should be treated like other heraldic tinctures for the purposes of creating heraldic titles and order names even in the absence of evidence.
This was item 3 on the Atenveldt letter of July 30, 2019.

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